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Blue Water Grill Webcam Takes Us To Ambergris Caye, Belize


The huge lighted sign hangs conspicuously on the wall in the middle of the Blue Water Grill on Ambergris Caye. The beach bar has long been on my radar, though I haven’t visited just yet. Hell, I’ve still never even set foot in Belize, a shortcoming I likely won’t remedy any time in 2020 for obvious reasons.

Still, I just KNOW that I will love Belize. The Blue Water Grill is why.

It’s not just that it’s a beach bar, though that is a big factor. A bigger reason surrounds what I’ve managed to glean about the personality of the place online. The “About” section of the Blue Water Grill Facebook page, for instance, says this…

A local girl opens a restaurant on the beach, where only awesome people eat. No Beard Awards but open since 2001. That’s still what matters, right?

Just 26 short words. From them, though, I get a real clear sense of how fun, laid back, and welcoming Blue Water surely must be. Indeed, it sounds perfect for our uncommon travel style.

At the same time, though, there’s the view, the sea, and all of this splendor…

Live Beach Cam - Ambergris Caye - San Pedro, Belize - Blue Water Grill

Staring at the Blue Water Grill webcam only deepens my love for Belize! Or at least the love that I think I’ll have for Belize whenever it is that I actually get there…

If you’ve ever visited Ambergris Caye, Belize, the Blue Water Grill, or any combination thereof and have any tips to help me plan my visit, please drop me a line, or leave a comment below.

*Photo credit: Blue Water Grill (Facebook).


Last updated by Steve Bennett on .

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